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Islands at the Crossroads examines the economic, political and geopolitical environment of the twelve remnant colonies of the Caribbean. The book also attempts to clarify the features of the non-independent nations of the English, French, Spanish and Dutch-speaking Antilles, the challenges they face in an evolving contemporary Caribbean, as well as their political dilemmas and realities. Subsumed within this largely political exploration, are issues such as the use of the Caribbean as a gateway for the drug trade originating in South America and the implications of change at the global level for these territories. Scholars and policy makers alike will discover that Islands…is a valuable tool in evaluating the colonial condition.